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Jesuit-Educated: Poised for Leadership in Service to Others

Saint Ignatius of Loyola had many things to say about leadership, so it’s not hard to imagine why Jesuit-educated people of faith take those lessons and apply them to leadership roles within the broader Church; nor is it hard to imagine that Jesuit-educated people of faith would contribute their talent to institutions working Ad Majorem Dei Gloriam, for the greater glory of God. John Liston, executive director of Serra International and a Loyola University Chicago law graduate, has dedicated his life to his work int he promotion of vocations. Liston says, “I rely on the theological under pinning sinter woven into my education in the law.

September 10: A Day of Remembrance

By Jerry Duggan In the necrology of the Jesuits USA Central and Southern Province, one date stands out: September 10. On that day in 1931, eleven Jesuits died during a not-to-be-forgotten hurricane in what is now Belize. Founded in 1887 in what was then British Honduras (present-day Belize) as a boarding college, St. John’s College …

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